Scholarships and Funding
First-year Honors Tutorial College students admitted for fall semester earn the OHIO Premier Scholarship, valued at full in-state tuition and renewable for four years. Out-of-state HTC students may also earn the OHIO Trustee Award, valued at up to $7000 annually. Both of these awards are part of the OHIO Signature Awards Program, and limitations and restrictions may apply.
Thanks to the generosity of our alumni and friends, HTC awards a variety of endowed scholarships, as well. All HTC applicants are automatically considered for these scholarships.
Ohio University offers two scholarship programs that include room and board: the Cutler Scholars and Templeton Scholars programs. To be considered for either program, students should complete the OHIO Honors and Scholars section of the Common App on the OHIO member school page. More information about applying, including how to be considered if you submitted your Common App without all OHIO Honors and Scholars information, can be found on the Undergraduate Admissions website.
Dean's funding supports students who study abroad, intern, conduct research, or attend academic conferences. The dean's office invests up to $50,000 annually in students' travel, research, and creative activity expenses. Students are eligible to apply for funding more than once.
The college's Honors Research Apprenticeship Program provides paid opportunities for undergraduate students in the Honors Tutorial College (HTC) and OHIO Honors Program (OHP) to expand their research and creative skills by working on a faculty member’s project. The goal is the creation of a lively intellectual experience that is mutually beneficial.
The Vice President for Research and Creative Activity administers several award programs to support research, scholarship, and creative activity of students, such as Student Enhancement Awards, the Provost Undergraduate Research Fund (PURF), the Ohio University Undergraduate Travel Fund, and many others.